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Columbia Gorge Inn

404 Wa Na Pa Street, Cascade Locks, OR 97014
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#4 of 4 hotels in Cascade Locks
Welcome to Columbia Gorge Inn Our newly renovated rooms provide a relaxing stay where you can refresh from the days spent exploring Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. At Columbia Gorge Inn, we take pride in offering our guests clean, comfortable and hassle-free accommodations. All of our spacious bedrooms are newly remodeled with comfortable beds, coffeemaker, fridge and microwave, along with cable television and WiFi internet
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Debra F wrote a review Oct. 2020
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Payed for 2 rooms. A kid check us in and gave me 2 keys. Opened the door for our room and it was very dirty. The tv table had 1 inch or more of dust the bathroom was not clean. The curtains were filthy the mirrors were dirty the parking lot was dirty. The inside of the door was dirty and needs to be painted. Our daughter and grandson room was a little better but not much. I would have never stayed there if I had seen the rooms first.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Stacy B wrote a review Aug. 2020
Parker, Colorado515 contributions61 helpful votes
Oh where to begin. We booked a Garden King and the Benson Suite. When we arrived we had appointments in the spa and asked the front desk to unload the car. We had one guest who did not have a spa treatment and she had money to tip a bellman for unloading and taking all of the luggage to the Benson suite. We were told 'Oh, we don't do that here.' So after having a wonderful spa treatment we had to unload our car, push the cart into the hotel and into the elevator (after we finally got someone to man the elevator), then we had to push the cart to the room and unload it.... three times. We were also told that due to COVID we would not have the coffee service in the lobby and that we would have to order room service or be seated in the Restaurant/Bar to get it. On the second day we came down to see that there was indeed coffee in the lobby. So we paid for room service for 4 people everyday, for something that was included in the amenities. We booked the Benson suite because they said it provided a 'living room' option with the King bedroom. Unfortunately for us we did not ask how big the rooms or the bathroom would be. That is the SMALLEST bathroom I have seen in a suite... EVER. That was just an inconvenience the issue was the living room smelled of urine. The guests didn't say anything that night but met us in the morning and we confirmed that the room indeed smelled of urine and it was not just the AC. We stopped in at the front desk and explained the issue and requested to be moved to two regular rooms since that room was clearly unacceptable. They booked the first guest into the King waterfall room on the second floor (it was lovely) and the second guest into room 232. We came back from dinner that evening and found room 232 with hundreds of bugs on the ceiling and under the lamp. This guest notified the front desk at 11pm and was then given a new room, 243. She had to move her belongings herself. This room was functional though the AC unit was minuscule and barely managed to cool the room. The Plexiglas kept the guest from raising the window to get fresh air. I spoke with the GM that next morning and told him of our disappointment in the accommodations and he did comp the room charge for that evening for the bug room. That night, our last evening, the power went out. Thankfully it the power was restored before we retired for the evening as I require a medical device to sleep. When we returned from dinner we decided to load some of our luggage into our vehicle. It felt like the help from the GM was only after all the crap we had already gone through. He pushed the luggage cart to our car and was helping with the loading. If the hotel does luggage service on the check out, why could they not do it on the check in? The next day though the issue with the luggage cart and "we don't do that here' reappeared. A repeat of the issue with the luggage cart when we arrived. The hotel is charming and we understand the vintage status. but the amount of disrepair was sad considering the cost of the rooms. I will not be recommending this hotel to anyone until a large amount of renovations have been done. By the way, where are the 7 acres of pristine grounds? Do they include the parking lots in that 7 acres? If they wanted the guests to use the garden areas why did they turn the sprinklers on in the afternoon/evening?
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Date of stay: August 2020
Room Tip: Choose the Waterfall King or the Garden King. The Benson Suite is two extremely small rooms with...
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Larry S wrote a review Jun. 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
The hotel itself is a decent place, no frills, but if you're looking for a place to rest up during travel, it works. Reservations.com though sneaks in a $20 for nothing though. Had I realized this, I would have called the place myself, or used expedia or something.
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Date of stay: June 2020
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Lynn A wrote a review Jun. 2020
Layton, Utah140 contributions25 helpful votes
This motel isn't fancy, but the manager was great and she seems to care more about the guests and their comfort than any I've ever seen before. She solved a big problem for my travelers. The place was clean and is 15 minutes from the Columbia Gorge waterfalls.
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Date of stay: June 2020
Deskandchairs wrote a review Sep. 2019
Lacey, Washington25 contributions16 helpful votes
I decided to stay here so I could catch the Paddle Wheel river cruse (about a minute or two away). This place is a study in contrasts. The exterior of the place is alarming. See photos I've provided. You wouldn't expect to pay this much for a place with neighbors like this, but the interior is just fine, as other reviewers have noted. So, if you need to spend the night in Cascade Locks, this place is more reasonable than others. Apparently, this town demands a bit of a premium. Now for those who have not stayed along the Columbia River before, you need to be warned that railroad tracks run on both sides of the river and this is a major rail transportation corridor. So you need to choose lodging with that in mind. All of the lodging choices that I found were on the main drag through town (Wa Na Pa Street) which runs pretty close to the tracks. The Columbia Gorge Inn is located on the other side of the street from the tracks. Furthermore, in this area the tracks run in a cut, below the level of the commercial buildings. So the combination gives pretty good protection from the train noise. Some friends stayed in another, more upscale, lodging located on the other side of the tracks and essentially overlooking of them and complained they had great difficulty in sleeping...so chose carefully.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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US$76 - US$162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesOregonCascade Locks
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Frequently Asked Questions about Columbia Gorge Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Columbia Gorge Inn?
Nearby attractions include Eagle Creek Trail (0.3 km), Dry Creek Falls Hike (0.6 km), and Cascade Locks Marine Park (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Columbia Gorge Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a fitness centre, and free parking.
Is parking available at Columbia Gorge Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Columbia Gorge Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Thunder Island Brewing Co, Brigham Fish Market, and Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Columbia Gorge Inn?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness centre during their stay.
Is Columbia Gorge Inn located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Cascade Locks.
Are pets allowed at Columbia Gorge Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.